Since the 1980s, photographer Olaf Otto Becker has been documenting Greenland's glaciers. But his stunning pictures sadly testify to how much global warming is melting away these majestic icy giants.
As frigid air sweeps across Europe, the Arctic itself is seeing an unprecedented warm spell. What's going on and does it relate to global warming?
With his decade-long "art activism" project, the celebrated London-based photographer has explored the extreme impact of climate change-related flooding on people globally. He spoke to DW on the eve of his latest show.
Seabirds are declining rapidly as an increase in ocean temperature means their food source is disappearing.
Greenland, home to the world's largest permanent ice sheet outside Antarctica, is being swept by wildfires. Scientists say global warming and increased plant cover are likely factors.
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